Donald Trump arrest: Tiktok video breaking down how Trump will be arrested at Fulton County jail goes viral

A recently uploaded one tick tock The video has gone viral, giving viewers a glimpse into the life of the former president donald trump is booked after he turns himself in to the authorities Fulton County, Georgia, later this week.

In a segment recorded on August 18, TikTok personality Chris Mowrey sets the scene outside of the Jail – Walking viewers through the logistics of where the prison is located, where media coverage of the indictment gathers, and some of the precautions police officers are taking ahead of the former President’s visit.

The video has already been viewed more than 145,000 times. In it, Mr Mowrey says he is looking forward to Mr Trump’s appearance.

“I’m super excited, man,” says Mr. Mowrey. “It will be a good day for democracy.”

Mr Trump and 18 of his associates were indicted by a grand jury in Atlanta last week on charges related to their alleged effort to overturn the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. All those accused in the case have reportedly had until Friday to come forward. Mr Trump does expected arrive on Thursday.

“I will be traveling to Atlanta, Georgia on Thursday to be ARRESTED,” the former president wrote in a post on the Truth Social platform Monday.

It’s becoming routine for Mr. Trump, who has already been charged in three other criminal cases this year. He was indicted first in New York for alleged involvement in a hush money scheme, then in Florida for his alleged misuse of classified documents, and then in Washington, DC for his role in the January 6 riot.

Now Trump faces even more legal problems in another jurisdiction over his alleged attempts to hijack American democracy.

Despite his legal troubles, however, Mr. Trump remains the leading pollster in the Republican presidential nomination race. Mr. Trump’s key rivals for the bid will meet Wednesday night in Milwaukee for the first debate of the Republican primary season. Candidates Gov. Ron DeSantis and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy — who are second or third in most polls — are looking to boost their prestige in the primary race.

Mr Trump himself has chosen to skip the debate, arguing that the debate is not worth the political risk given his large lead in the polls.

For now, Mr. Trump’s dominance in the Republican race could be assured. However, it remains to be seen how his legal troubles might complicate his attempt to return to the White House as the possibility of a conviction in the four criminal trials looms.

Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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